Re: mount USB drive at boot: fsck failure -> kernel upgrade
Would you personally use the kernel from "testing" on a production
box? Is it really as simple as "apt-get upgrade linux-image" ->
restart -> done? I've been cautious about using packages from
testing, because they seem to depend on a lot of other packages from
testing and I'm nervous about the snowball effect on a box that is
supposed to be "stable".
On Dec 3, 2007, at 8:28 PM, Ron Johnson wrote:
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On 12/03/07 18:51, Bogart Salzberg wrote:
I'm running the original Etch kernel on this machine, "Linux version
2.6.18-4-amd64 (Debian 2.6.18.dfsg.1-12)".
Upgrade to the latest kernel. If for no other reason than you
shouldn't be running such an old kernel.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
%SYSTEM-F-FISH, my hovercraft is full of eels
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